My Review of Kingston SDC44GB 4GB microSDHC Memory Card

It works with Arduino. It’s slow on PC

By Liudr from MN on 11/16/2014

 

4out of 5

Cons: Slow On Pc

Pros: Reliable Performance, Fast Enough On Arduino, Easy To Use

Best Uses: Arduino, Maybe Raspberry Pi

Describe Yourself: Casual User

Primary use: Personal

For the price I paid for 10 of them, I am fairly happy. Each came with an adapter, which is nice. I think one or two of the adapters became unreliable. This may be the cause of someone’s grief. I have 10 so I swap adapters when I find the card is unreadable and narrowed down to two bad adapters. I’ve used these on my arduino and raspberry pi projects and for file storage. On arduino, if you use a very large capacity card, you waste a lot of time if you tally remaining free space so 4GB is perfect. I will be upgrading to larger sizes sometime soon but the class 10 16GB review is pretty awful. Maybe a different brand or it’s the adapter issue again.

(legalese)

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